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Old Feb 28, 2013, 02:50 PM   #26
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This is the same solution that I bought back in 2005 .. a pair (yes, for redundency) of Sanho Hyperdrive HD80's. At the time, they cost around $250each for 40GB of backup storage capacity. I've modernized them once, to use 120GB internal PATA 2.5"HDDs. The stuff they're selling today is probably better several ways.


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Honestly, the best solution, is just to keep your photos on the SD card...
...and if you think that 32GB isn't enough, just buy some more memory cards - by today's standards, they're reasonably affordable and they're small ... even CF sized cards:




..that's 200GB, which IIRC is around 4500 images on a Canon 7D (RAW+JPEG).


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